A very exciting stallion who has proven himself in both competition and breeding. Already the sire to a number of Grand Prix winners, more than 20 approved sons and numerous state premium mares.
Catoki had an exceptional jumping career, which started with a number of wins in the young horse competitions, including earning the title of Reserve Bundeschampion of the 5 year old show jumpers in Warendorf in 2003, and the following year he finished fifth in the finals of the 6 year olds. From then on the international successes kept coming. Partnered with Philipp Weishaupt Catoki had many wins and placings at Grand Prix level starting in their first year, 2009. In 2010 they won the Vigo Grand Prix, and were second in the Bordeaux and Helsinki World Cup qualifiers as well as the Hickstead Nations Cup. 2011 saw them win the Bordeaux World Cup qualifier, and a week later win a 1.50m class at Vigo. They were also part of the 2011 winning Nations Cup team at Hickstead, and placed in grands prix’s all over the world.
Catoki descends from the famous Holstein line 4705. His sire, Cambridge, sadly died too early, but not before being crowned 1993 Vice Bundeschampion and winning numerous international competitions. Cambridge was by the impressive Caletto I, who sired many grand prix showjumpers and licensed stallions.
Damsire Silvester is best know for his offspring who won more than 1.2 million Euros in competition, and include the top international dressage horse, Silvano. Catoki’s dam, Bilda, also produced the licensed stallion Casco Z, whilst the grand-dam, Vordula, produced the sires Lago and Laurenz. Great granddam, Limburg, is the dam of Rocadero who won the 1982 Holstein licensing.
In the third generation of Catoki’s pedigree we find Cor de la Bryère, one of the most influential sires of modern warmblood breeding.
Catoki is already the sire to more than 20 approved sons in Germany, including Canoso who received a perfect 10 for jump and Coolio, who was the 2016 Hannoverian Sales Topper at €140,000.
WBFSH #77 sire, 2016 was the “Catoki year” with many top performers such as Eric Navet’s Catypso who won the World cup GP in the USA, Ludger Beerbaum’s new rising star Cool Down, Cordel, Carriere, Contanga… all GP5* winners!
Catoki’s offspring inherit his beauty and are modern in their type. They show high-quality gaits with a clear up-hill tendency, as well as promising jumping abilities.